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A. Kraishnan Iyer v. Lakshmi Amma AIR 1950 Tr & Coch 73
Amrithammal v. Ponnusani (1907) 17 Mad LJ 368
Amtul Nissa v. Mir Nuruddin (1898) 22 Bom 489
Ansar Ali v. Grey (1905) 2 Cal LJ 403
Ashkar Singh & anor v. Rawal Singh & anor AIR 1992 P & H 148, 150
Atmaram Sakharam v. Vaman Janardhan (1925) 49 Bom 388
Aziz-un-nissa v. Suraj Husain (1934) All LJ 814
Baijnath Singh v. Mussammat Biraj (1923) 2 Pat 52
Balmakund v. Bhagwan Das (1894) 16 All 185
Bhagatrai v. Ghanshyamdas AIR 1948 Nag 326
Brindabini Behari v. Oudh Behari AIR 1947 All 179
Cf Re Glubb, Bamfield v. Rogers (1900) 1 Ch 354
Chennupati Venkatasubbamma v. Nelluri Narayanaswami AIR 1954 Mad 215
Cochrane v. Moore (1890) 25 QBD 57
Collector of Salem v. Rangappa (1889) 12 Mad 404
Deo Narain v. Board of Revenue (1964) 1 All 375
Deo Narain v. Kukar Bind (1902) 24 All 319 (FB)
Deo Saran v. Deokhi Bharti AIR 1924 Pat 657
Dikshit v. Radha Krishna AIR 1948 Oudh 226
Ellis v. Ellis (1909) 26 TLR 166
Ganeshdas Bhiwraj v. Suryabhan (1917) 13 Nag LR 18
Gangadhar Iyer v. KB Iyer AIR 1952 Tr & Coch 47
Gangadhar Iyer v. KB Iyer AIR 1952 Tr & Coch 47
Gara Surppadu & ors. V. Pandranki Rami Naidu & ors. AIR 1984 AP 386, 390
Ghumna v. Ramchandra (1925) 47 All 619
Girjaprasad v. Purshottam (1926) 28 Bom LR 421
Hall v. Hall (1873) 8 Ch App 430
Jagdeo Sharma v. Nandan Mahto AIR 1982 Pat 32
James v. Couchman (1885) 29 Ch D 212
Kalyanasndram v. Karuppa (1927) 50 Mad 193
Kalyanasundram Pillai v. Karuppa Mooppanar 1928 52 Bom 313
Kanai Lal v. Kumar purnendu Nath (1946) 51 Cal WN 227
Kasi Ammal v. Vellat Gounder (1980) 2 Mad LJ 232
Khursedji v. Personji (1888) 12 Bom 573
Kilpin v. Ratley (1892) 1 QB 582
Kolandiyli Ammal v. Changaram AIR 1962 Ker 344
Mallo v. Baktawari & ors. AIR 1985 All 160, 162
Marci Celine DG Sets’souza v. Renie Fernandez AIR 1998 Ker 280
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